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"st john parish" Discussed on KOMO
"Chief Deanna No. Let says investigators are still piecing together what happened at this point preliminarily. We believe that the there was some sort of a relationship. Between the suspect and the victims. And we believe that the suspect may have lived in this area. No officers were hurt. Democratic state lawmakers moving ahead with legislation to adopt recommendations of an environmental justice task force birthed out of the racial justice movement. The group was created in 2019 in response to studies that show where you live in Washington effects. How long you live like he concept repeatedly came up in the task force discussions. The idea that there should be reparations for harm done to environmental health, which tends to fall just proportionately on lower income communities of color. Democratic State representative Mark Foley aside, you think Aziz we clean up the mess is through previous generations. We should learn a lesson of. Let's not make the mess to begin with Republicans, including Doug Ericksen take issue with the open ended authority given to the task force, the worst piece of legislation I've seen in 22 years in Olympia. And it fails on a couple of key fronts. The first front where this fails, it is a massive grant of authority to the executive branch with no legislative oversight Whatsoever. Bill passed out of committee this week and was sent to the Appropriations Committee. Carleen Johnson Come on News. A new order from the Feds tells Amazon to stop selling illegal pesticides online. It's the third such order in three years. The Environmental Protection Agency says the chemicals pose a health risk to people and pets that are exposed to them. The Seattle Times reports. The order was issued last month requiring Amazon to take down listings for dozens of products deemed dangerous, including some products claiming to kill viruses. In a statement, Amazon says it put processes in place to proactively block on registered pesticides as well as products making inaccurate covert 19 claims. Hello, Neil. Come. Oh news Come on his time 108. There's a woman in Seattle who started a hard cider business out of garage for months. No issue, but now the city's cracking down on her and could force her to close. Almost. Jonathan Chou has the story on. It's a lovely, beautiful blend. Caitlin Brahms says she took a gamble and opened yonder bar in her garage last August. Even with all the unknowns of the covert 19 pandemic, the liquor control board to get license for months Now customers simply picked up cans and growlers to go and she's only Open certain days and hours of the week to accommodate the nearby elementary schools. Even ST John's parish across the street, says Yonder Bar's been a great neighbor, the majority of the people in our communities. Support him. Well, one person did decide to complain a lot. City records show this. One anonymous person filed several complaints, saying yonder was too close to the church and school and also alleged people were drinking alcohol in the street. Graham says. That's not true. But the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is only cracking down for this. So the same. We're in violation of being in a single family zone area s D. C. I says in order to be in compliance, you can operate a business from your residence if it doesn't look like a business. In other words, all the logo's need to be covered up for prom could run her walk up bar with the garage door closed. E can't imagine somebody coming up in just knocking on the garage door. It just seems a little strange to me and all day Prom's customers have been coming by to offer support and questioned. There are so many other problems. We could be something in the city. Homelessness is once if this really is the best use of the city's time and resource is Would be high on my priority list. Bram is now collecting signatures for a petition hoping the city reconsiders its position. We won't have those jobs. Once this shuts down. We'll have to reduce stuff and moved to delivery only if nothing changes yonder expects to close next Monday. City Council member Dan Stress, said. Strauss says that he's gonna introduce legislation that would allow businesses like hers to stay open. Its Como's Jonathan Schell reporting It's 1 10 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk..
"st john parish" Discussed on KOMO
"To U. S Airlines. Southwest took six. American and United got five each. Alaska Airlines received two Boeing gets much of its cash when planes are delivered. The bad news for Boeing is that it got only four new plane orders in January. That's down from 90 in December. Investigators have pinpointed a possible cause of the crash of an Indonesian jetliner Last month Boeing 7 37 500 went down in the Java Sea on January 9th killing all 2 62 people on board. Preliminary report says the pilot struggled to keep that plane in the air right after takeoff. Investigators say there was an auto throttle problem. In one of the engines. Pilots attempted to increase altitude minutes before the plane dived down. Investigators are now working with Boeing and G, who built the engine to review the information from the flight data recorder. The NTSB and FAA have also joined the investigation. Almost Kelly Koopmans Ah, woman in Seattle started a hard cider business out of her garage and for months had no problems. And now the city's cracking down on her and may force her to close. It's a lovely, beautiful blend, Caitlin Brahms says. She took a gamble and opened yonder bar in her garage last August, Even with all the unknowns of the covert 19 pandemic, worked with the liquor control board to get license for months Now, customers simply picked up cans and growlers to go and she's only open certain days and Hours of the week to accommodate the nearby elementary schools. Even ST John's parish across the street, says Yonder Bar's been a great neighbor. The majority of the people in our community of The port of well, One person did decide to complain a lot. City records show this one anonymous person filed several complaints, saying yonder was too close to the church and school and also alleged people were drinking alcohol in the street. Graham says. That's not true. But the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is only cracking down for this. So the same. We're in violation of being in a single family zone area s D. C. I says in order to be in compliance, you can operate a business from your residence if it doesn't look like a business. In other words, all the logo's need to be covered up, or Bram could run her walk up far with the garage door closed. E can't imagine somebody coming up in just knocking on the garage door. It just seems a little strange to me and old day problems. Customers have been coming by to offer support and question. There are so many other problems. We could be something in the city. Homelessness is once if this really is the best use of the city's time and resource is Wouldn't be high on my priority list. Bram is now collecting signatures for a petition hoping the city reconsiders its position. We won't have those jobs. Once this shuts down. We'll have to reduce stuff and moved to delivery on Lee. Almost Jonathan Show enough Nothing changes. Yonder is expected to close next Monday. But City Council member Dan Strauss says he'll introduce legislation that would allow businesses like hers to stay open company time. 11 10 We've got Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk Update time with Thomas Eric Heights, the focus on the NFL has switched from Tampa Bay Super Bowl win two Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's frustration with his high sack totals. In a conference call Tuesday, Wilson was asked to be still trust the team to make the best personnel decisions so the Seahawks can get back to the Super Bowl. You know, I've always, you know, put my trust in the Seahawks and trying to do whatever it takes to Tonto win, you know, hopefully hopefully that will continue. You know, I think that's a key part. So I think part of that is how we go about the protection part of it and figure those little things out like that. It was important things. Wilson has been sacked 394 times in the regular season through his first nine years. Meanwhile, the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers are celebrating their victory with a boat parade amid concern over the pandemic. Today's parade is on the Hillsborough River near downtown Tampa 12 straight weeks at number one in the country, and Gonzaga hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. Monday's Wendover, Utah pushed the Zags record to 19. I know this season. They'll play Saturday on the road at San Francisco and Washington State seeks revenge on U. C..
"st john parish" Discussed on KGO 810
"Abbott or gugel rabbit office automation rabbit off his automation is xerox partner from the city the changes the world this is kedo san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of keijiro as a cumulus station now on amazon alexa open the kgon eight and skill ra boring it's ten o'clock at kgon bread is off today i'm paul rogers in emergency missile alert accidentally went out to everyone in hawaii after an employee pushed the wrong button or spun out sarah ciders as protocol changes have been made in the state to prevent that from happening again instead of just having one warning officer be the person that sends out the message they are now going to have a supervisor who comes over if a message needs to be sent out and confirms double confirms that they will click yes in that message will be sent out secondly the drills have been suspended until further notice while the investigation goes on these drills by the way go on all the time meanwhile looks like the employees who pushed the wrong button has been reassigned not fired reports of a shooting is shut down all southbound lanes of 280 and san francisco for several hours early this morning teach be officer francisco garcia says there was no immediate information on the number of victims but that several were able to make their way to san francisco general hospital all lanes were reopened about seven fifteen that's the sound of a wall at a pizza place in newark video captured customers throwing punches and yelling at each other staff members tried to separate different groups that were fighting one witness says at least twenty people were involved it all started with a missing cell phone turns out that cell phone was turned into the restaurants lost and found hours before the fight started there were only minor injuries and no arrests i never rallies march has taken place cross the bay area in honor of martin luther luther king holiday the popular cal train mlk celebration train make stops in palo alto san mateo in san francisco in the north bay nonprofits religious groups and service organisations are holding a day of action and compassion at st john's parish hall in napa and over in the east bay a rally is set to nbn at eleven a m at pittsburgh city hall followed by a cultural celebration this report brought to you by the.
"st john parish" Discussed on KOMO
"Traffic on the force the home of the huskies this is komo news the call before the storm quoted president trust me when he said that yesterday we'll hear what the white house press secretary had to say after abc news the to thirty accused of telling an undercover fbi agent that he intended to carry out paris and brussels like attacks in new york city and accused terrorist pleads guilty just in the past hour so arrested in new jersey where he had rented a cabin it just released road just just issued update on tropical storm nate as a hurricane warning now in effect for now new orleans tropical storm warnings extended in a southern alabama mississippi the florida panhandle they getting stronger sustain winds now sixty miles an hour expected to hit the gulf coast maybe a little east of new orleans later on this weekend st john parish louisiana louisiana prison natalie robot the track no more easterly which benefits asked linnea residence to begin their preparations to make sure they execute their plan after meeting with military leaders president trump gives no further details about an earlier comment that you will find out that something's coming up trump administration now allow most any employer to claim a religious objection to the obamacare birth control mandate chips iverson abc news cloudy skies sixty four degrees in seattle a little bit breezy here downtown herb weisbaum here to thirty one with the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center senator patty murray says the trump administration's decision to let employers opt out of covering birth control is wrong and outrageous marie who's been working with republican senator lamar sandra to stabilize the.
"st john parish" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Rules for a former undersheriff county lawyers have recommended a one point six billion dollar payoff to end the lawsuit filed by deputy banned win the deputy complained in 2015 he was put on lousy assignments and faced of falsified internal investigation after he dr certain deputies employment applications and refused to campaign for ex sheriff paul tanaka wind says things got worse when he complained directly to former sheriff bacha the county documents don't explained the reason for settling the case winds lawyer hasn't commented tanaka is now serving a fiveyear prison term for corruption eric leonard kfi news louise anna is getting ready for a possible hit from a probable hurricane forecasters say tropical storm nate could be stronger when it moves over the gulf coast nate is forecast to hit east of new orleans late tomorrow or early sunday some people in new orleans are under mandatory evacuation orders voluntary evacuation orders are in effect for people living in the st john parish pairs president natalie robot an says the area deals with title flooding on a regular basis but the storm is serious hits anticipated to move a lot quicker and produce less rain but we still need our residents and visits honest to be aware that this could be problematic force traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center we got a crash on the 101 insure mynogue's suffers out of villa's boulevard motorcycle crash here taken away the left lanes really starting right around of white oak as you're heading away from encino than more slowing of getting out of hollywood from sunset over to the 110 freeway things are pretty tough getting into boy farc still got a crash euromir ninety one westbound side just beyond valley view a big regression of.
"st john parish" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Weekday afternoons i thought so maybe they taped a show they said some bad taping shore monday night maybe at a saturday morning show that they were tape ira anyway um fascinating legacy though fessing legacy wherever you grew up outside of little rock there was a kid show back in the '70s and '80s glud usually didn't have somebody that did the same show for twenty five years that was scary weir's amazing legacy as bozo here in little rock four k a day station news radio one or two point nine karn little rock a cumulus station ktar fm sheraton cbs news i'm dave barrett fired for about ten minutes outside of to las vegas hotel windows but officials investigating last sunday's crime may be looking at more potential carnage details from cbs's steve futterman steven paddock may have intentionally put ammunition along with an explosive inside his car which he parked at the mandalay bay hotel investigators believe pedak may have done this to prime the vehicle to explode they believe pedak may have had an escape plan using the vehicle by packing the car with these materials it would have been guaranteed to explode if police pursuing him fired bullets at the car steve futterman cbs news los vegas louisiana's prepping for nate now a tropical storm but a potential category one hurricane could hit the gulf coast tomorrow night or early sunday natalie robot hymns president of st john's parish says some evacuation orders are in place is already theriot's flooding on some of those roadways in a leaked finley difficult for residents to leave that area or be rescued from that area if the thai continues to rise the trump administration expands the options for companies to not offer birth control as part of employees health benefits senior legal analyst andrew cohen this is the administration trying to rewrite or at least reinterpret the first amendment religion clauses going further than even the roberts court has gone so far and expanding the concept of religious liberty and restricting the wall between church and state i'm sam litzinger in washington the american civil liberties your name is highly suit against the trump administration challenging efforts it says would let nearly all employers deny their workers insurance coverage for contraception if the employer objects on moral or religious grounds the aclu.
"st john parish" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Suspects in custody after an auto dealership burglary led to a chase and a crash into a school bus in milwaukee this morning according to the milwaukee fire department five people were injured at a news conference this afternoon four occupants of fuel aircraft israel belt email driver three juvenile's ages 11 12 to muzzle the all sustained minor injuries in retreated retreated them police say six male suspects are in custody all of them in their mid to late teens all of them have nonlifethreatening injuries the suv which police say was involved in this morning's burglary collided with a school bus at the intersection of mlk drive and locust shortly after six o'clock preparations are underway in gulf coast states as tropical storm nate makes its way nate formed in the western critic and see and moved into central america yesterday forecasters are saying it will likely gain strength before landfall sunday here's the in a st john parish louisiana natalie rowbottom we are still recovering from hurricane ici which again is continuing to be compared with we understand at its anticipated to move a lot quicker and produce less rain the trump administration today announced a roll back of the obama era birth control mandate more employers will now be allowed to opt out of the requirements to provide free birth control by claiming a religious or moral objection an estimated fifty five million women gave birth control coverage without co payments because of the obama era mandate it's difficult to estimate how many employers will take advantage of the new rules and the trump administration and opt out the administration says this is part of its commitment to defend religious liberty karen travers abc news the white house coming up saying goodbye to an awesome alltoofamiliar aol feature wtmj news time 300 three cases where everyone knows it elliott's aces famous words selection of girls.
"st john parish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I will hang up and uh listen to uh well i appreciate that rick i really do i had friends by the way over relative in winter up there at st john's parish and winthrop yes a name or ulimo league they lived on seamless street yet in their house backed up to dick street in on dick street a call us i think lewis i'm not sure if lose 25 that's where governor ed king live friday theorized six street in when trump so we had some good friends and relatives margaret doyle morris sweeney and i would say that you know i think every mayor in the day you know does the best they can yes they have different challenges they have different opportunities i try to do and i could not perfect uh humbly speaking just trying to do what i could bringing people together that was important to me i learn that through sports i learned that through my family in my neighbors and uh i i think every mayor tries to do the best for this city in their own individual way but i really appreciate the kind words that you had to say rick thank you for the call and i think the janney you've i pronounce that maria janney yes the effective heiko more guys i'm size but you here to talk to the mayor yeah yeah hi how are you good i might ever dig adding uh years ago blackened night wool eighty seven when i used to work at like our uh now two thousand eleven years for via this smart hit by the at choir usually alvin by yagi is pick are by paper are like yorke o'clock in the boarding wean yeah i didn't know you were mere a on i find out you're a good mere waffle and then another fire iran culture i like and both when i was workable and your with our many member are believed it worth your wife and i stop okay hi.
"st john parish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Three for six eighteen hundred twenty ten as mind leaving it down were trying to have a conversation he was going to make so it he singled what it is w newsradio ten thirty are going to get lazar been dorchester another shot hopefully that ball i got cleared up i leads to how are you i than how you doing doing great that sounds better what's your take on this should married men be allowed to be trees than the gap the church no i'm not that's all about another so and i thought okay people often for that great great yeah the thumb i'm on man you know they can break that all three that's how i grew up we had man's good stayed there are them any men's anymore there are some my my friend mother all goes with her group the the daughters of marry of now serotonin quincy that is a new order of now ends but yeah very interesting group mother older is a guy on well men with in the lofty yeah with it down in the but was it st john's parish and quincy they have their own convert down there the lovely people love a phone yeah and mother all the people of that fake mother logo is is from your rack and the she actually has had quite a histories of effort she's going to address the national korea breakfast this year in washington dc she's a very extremely interesting and and they love here and holy will you know there's no doubt and i gente of the did their fewer if you're appreciably so so the pocas gun open howell will so early on mike and then you know island.